Beach Break Lodge
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... we find a little creek coming out of the forest so of course Byron wants to block it so we help him build him a dam. There is plenty of driftwood on the beach but the problem is it's all too big to man-handle so it's hard to find some little bits. When we walk back I look out to some small rocks not far off the beach with my binoculars and think I have found the source of the bad smell, there's quite a few sea-lions on the rocks and 1 very big one. As ...
... having to put on a 4.3 wet suit not a big deal. Oh yea the waves are pretty darn good and its not crowed.
It was really nice to have Dylan visit this year even though for 48 hours we got up early one day and hit Cox Bay (Lando's) and paddled out with Derek and his buddy Callam, they had both just returned from a month long surf trip down the west coast to the Baja of Mexico. We hit some great large swells that morning we were all pretty stoked.
... is a new-build house which was only just finished last week! The owners are on site with their dog - black lab x - Radar - she is mad and runs around a lot - we feel very much at home here. We walked into town for dinner and had some lovely ...
... br> The hike through the forest was not too challenging but
consisted of lots of scrambling over roots and a few patches of mud. The trail
during rainy periods would have been a mess sticking to the board walk would be
tempting. The forest was dense with salal and ferns interrupted only by massive
trunks of cedar or Sitka spruce and the occasional nurse log with new life
sprouting from it. The dogs loved the hike with its ...
So after two SUVs in the US and a campervan across the Rockies, we downsized today to a conventional sized car for our journey across Vancouver Island to Tofino. We thought it might feel a bit strange to be back in such a small car again but actually we realised how incredibly nippy and responsive it feels (after the camper van in particular) so we were quite happy as we set off early morning on the five-hour-ish drive over ...